Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has hinted that he could push for a new challenge away from the club in January.
The German has fallen down the pecking order this term with Aaron Ramsdale preferred ahead of him for the league games.
Leno is frustrated with Mikel Arteta‘s decision, and he has now suggested that he could seek an exit it his situation does not change.
“Only if nothing changes in my situation by winter would I have to think about things: what option do I have, how can I continue? But I’m concentrating on my work in training; I can’t commit to anything else at the moment,” He told Bild.
The shot-stopper has played just one game since the September international break, and that came via the League Cup third round.
With no European football, Leno could be restricted to just Cup appearances for the Gunners, and this may urge him to move on.
Inter Milan are interested in signing him at the turn of the year, but it remains to be seen whether the Gunners sanction his sale.
The north London giants may want a replacement in place before considering any offers for the former Bayer Leverkusen man.